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Redskins Falling Short Of Projected Training Camp Attendance Figures In Richmond

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 29 / 16

The Redskins "will not provide daily attendance figures" for training camp in Richmond this year, according to Matthew Paras of the RICHMOND TIMES-DISPATCH. That comes after last year’s total of 80,888 "was down from past years, and well short of the 100,000 visitors that economic impact estim...

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